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Teach Yourself Tcp/ip In 24 Hours

by Joe Casad

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TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/ Internet Protocol) is a collection of protocols that support network communications. It is the global standard protocol suite for the continually growing Internet because of its reliability and versatility. Sams Teach Yourself TCP/IP in 24 Hours, Second Edition provides readers with everything they need to know to become conversant and proficient with TCP/IP. It includes many examples and "real world" analogies to assist in conveying this relatively difficult subject.

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In just 24 session of one hour or less, you will master the inner workings of TCP/IP. Each lesson builds upon previous lessons for a technical yet refreshingly accessible tour of the elegant protocol suite at the foundation of the Internet.

Learn how to....

  • Identify and describe protocols at each layer of the TCP/IP stack
  • Use routers and gateways
  • Work with IP addresses
  • Subnet TCP/IP networks
  • and more....

About the Author

Joe Casad is an engineer who has written widely on PC networking and system administration. He has written twelve books on computers and networking, including MCSE Windows NT Server and Workstation Study Guide, MCSE Networking Essentials Training Guide, Windows NT Server 4.0 Professional Reference and Windows 98 Professional Reference. He is the former managing editor of the Network Administrator magazine and currently the Senior Editor of UNIX Review and Technical Editor of SysAdmin magazine. Joe also has a gift of being able to present difficult topics in an understandable manner.



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